Thambidurai plays down ‘passionate upheaval’

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Affirms that Dhinakaran won’t cut down government


Striking a mollifying note, senior AIADMK pioneer and Deputy Speaker of Lok Sabha M. Thambidurai on Wednesday said that T.T.V. Dhinakaran’s statements that he would ask the legislature to take a hike were only an enthusiastic upheaval.

“Whatever he (Dhinakaran) said was basically because of his passionate associate with the gathering. I don’t think any AIADMK part or sympathizer will effectively destabilize the administration,” Mr. Thambidurai revealed to The Hindu.

Mr. Dhinkaran on Tuesday assembled the general board conference as “invalid and void”, and surprisingly, he changed his tone and tenor to state earnestly that given a possibility, he would disassemble the present government. “According to the gathering’s standing rules, just the general secretary can assemble the general chamber meeting. Without Ms. Sasikala, the meeting itself is not legitimate. This can’t be known as a general committee meeting, yet is just an open meeting.”

With 113 MLAs with Edappadi K. Palaniswamy and O. Paneerselvam group, only four shy of the greater part sign of 117, they now trust that ceasefire is at a striking separation.

“Every one of them are our siblings and partners. I immovably trust they will return to the gathering,” Mr. Thambidurai said. Clarifying the rationale behind his positive thinking, he stated, “See, at a certain point, O. Paneerselvam too voted against the Edapaddi government. In any case, today, they are cooperating. What’s more, none of the MLAs who are with Dhinakaran host voted against the gathering even once on the floor of the house.”


Reviewing a comparative battle inside the gathering after its organizer M.G. Ramachandran’s demise, Mr. Thambidurai said that the gathering will live to see one more day.

“No unit has left the gathering to join some other discussion. They might be in this gathering or that, yet the gathering framework base is in place,” he said.

He likewise rubbished the cases of DMK working President M.K. Stalin that the AIADMK government has been diminished to a minority.

“How might he say as much? Has he tallied what number of MLAs we have? He himself has said that floor test in Assembly is fundamental, so he should sit tight for that before putting forth such explanatory expressions,” Mr. Thambidurai included.

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